Andrew J. Peterson – The Man Without a Movie Camera
Andrew J. Paterson / The Man Without a Movie Camera / Screening + Q & A
Presented in partnership with UnLondon
Thursday June 4 / 7-9 PM / 5$ or PWYC
Hosted at 121 Studios / 121 Dundas St.
LOMAA is pleased to host Andrew J. Paterson as the SURPRISE eleventh, and ENCORE final, participant in its 2014-2015 Visiting Artist Program. Andrew J. Paterson is a Toronto-based artist / curator / writer and Coordinator of The 8 Fest (Toronto-based film festival that presents all forms of small-gauge film). During his stay Paterson will be presenting a screening of his camera-less video works as well as answering questions bout his practice and works. This event is presented in partnership with UnLondon and hosted at 121 Studios.
The Man Without a Movie Camera:
TIME LINE, 4 min, 2015
FLOATING (collaboration between myself and Kevin Dowler for “Derwatt”), 3:30 min, 2014
MORE OR LESS, 3 min, 2014
PASSING, 6 min, 2013
ROMAN SPRING LEAKAGE, 8 min, 2011
THE ENIGMA of S.A.P., 10 min, 2008
ANDREW JAMES PATERSON is an inter-media artist working with video, film, performance, writing and music, based in Toronto. Paterson has lately been making non-camera video works, many of them musically-based, working with his own drawings or with the materials of the Final cut Pro editing system. His body of work focuses on systems, inventories, tensions between bodies and technologies, and language.
LOMAA’s Visiting Artist Program is made possible through generous funding from The Canada Council for the Arts.